over the knee ugg boots Trusted worker stole from Falmouth Hotel
Other times she would book rooms of a high standard and then put guests in a lower standard room, refunding the difference in price to herself, said a spokesperson for the CPS.
Magistrates in Truro sentenced Jamieson to a 12 month community order, involving 160 hours of unpaid work, and ordered her to pay 1,200 in compensation to the hotel.
Current general manager Ben Young, who took over while Jamieson was on maternity leave, said: “She’s worked here for eight years and was off on maternity leave when bits of evidence began to spring up here and there over various transactions.
“The main red light came when an auditor did a review of our accounts and starting asking what all these refunds were for.
“I know there are a lot of people very personally upset and offended,” he said. “From a business point of view she was stealing from a company that employs 100 local people. It’s just shocking really.”